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THE YEAR BOOK 

Published by the Student Body of 

TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL 

Augusta, Georgia 



SUE HOUCK, Editor-in-Chief 

LOUISE CLAUSSEN, Business Manager 




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n J I E, The Annual Staff, present to you, the Student Body and Faculty. 

yly the 1947 Maids and a Man. If this book serves as an inspiration to 
those who follow us, and if, in later years, it brings back pleasant 
memories which will create in us a greater devotion to our Alma Mater, 
our efforts in attempting to make this record of our school life will have 
been justified. 

THE STAFF OF MAIDS AND A MAN. 



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^^O our new Principal, Mr. Lamar Woodward, 

/ whose altruistic attitude, cooperative spirit, 

and tireless energy in the interest of Tubman 

have early endeared him to us, we lovingly 

dedicate this 1947 Maids and a Man. 






LAMAR V/C COWARD 

Principal 

A.B. Mercer University 

M.S. Education, University of Georgia 



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A. DOROTHY HAINS 

Assistant Principal 

A.B. Elizabeth College . . . 

MARY BALK, Secretary 




LORA PEARCE, English and Guidance, Fh B. University of Chicago: M. Ed. Duke University ... JACQUELIN 
MARSHALL, English and Commerce, A.B. Shorter Cclkge: M.A. Baylor University . . . GERTRUDE J. COMEY, 
English, B.L. Smith College; M.A. Colur-bia Univc.sity . . . MARGARET V. WHITE, Home Economics, B.S. 
University of Georgia . . . ORALEE KING. Business A ministration, B.S. Winthrop College . . . EVELYN D. 
McNAIR, Librarian, B.S. Georgia State College for Women . . . BOBBIE J. PARKS, Biology and General 
Science, A.B. Winthrop Ccllege . . . MARY M. MEYER, Chemistry, B.S. College of St. Elizabeth. 




MARIE J. HULBERT, Biology and General Science, B.S. University of Georgia; M.A. Duke University . . . 
DOROTHY L. MOORE, General Science, B.S. Georgia State College for Women . . . EUGENIA THOMPSON, 
Home Economics and Occupational Guidance, B.S. Georgia State College for Women . . . SUSIE LANGFORD; 
Mathematics, B.A. Vanderbilt University . . . SARA FULLBRIGHT, Mathematics, A.B. Agnes Scott College; 
M.A. Emory' Unversity . . . GRACE STRAUSS, History, A.B. University of Georgia; M.A. Columbia University 
, , , SARAH EMILY NORRIS, English, A.B. J. University of Georgia . . . AMABEL LANSDELL, Mathematics, 
A.B. Bessie Tift College . . . MARCIA A. CLARK, Clothing, Diploma Rochester School of Technology. 




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JUANITA LUCKEY, History and English, A.B. University of Georgia . . . BEULAH FENDER, Englisti, A.b. 
University of Georgia . . . MARY G. JONES, Social Studies, A.B. Furman University . . . RUBY J. HORTON, 
Health, A.B. Georgia State College for Women . . . RUTH G. McAULIFFE, Latin, A.B. Agnes Scott; M.A. 
University cf North Carolina . . . RUTH ELIZABETH JONES, English, A.B. University of North Carolina . . . 
. . . EMMA LONSDALE WILKINSON, English and Civics, A.B. Oglethorpe University . . . WINNIE OVER- 
STREET, French, B.S. Georgia State College for Women . . . BELLE WALKER, Civics, A.B. Agnes Scott College 
. . . BERTHA CARSWELL, Mathematics, A.B. Shorter College . . . EUGENIA HUTTO, Mathematics, A.B. Wesleyan 
College. 



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DOROTHY L. HALBERT, Choral Director, B. Music, Syracuse University . . . MARY HOWARD, Substitute . . . EDNA 
H. BATCHELOR, Physical Education, B.S. Georgia State College for Women . . . EDITH NACHMAN, Civics, Eco- 
nomic Geography, Economics, Ph.B. University of Chicago MARY T. MILLER, Spanish, A.B. Woman's College 

of University of North Carolina . . . ANN BR ADD Y, English, B.A. Converse College: M.A. University of North Caro- 
lina; Graduate Study University of London . . . MARY SAVAGE GILLILAND, Mathematics, A.B. Converse College; 
M.A. Teachers College Columbia University . . . FLORA C. THOMPSON, English, B.S. Georgia State College for 
Women; M.A. Columbia University . . . ELEANOR M. BOATWRIGHT. History, B.S. Teachers College Columbia 
University; M.A. Duke University . . . DERRY R. GARRETT, Commercial, Diploma Martin's Business College. 




4 . 

HEKSE MARSHALL McCONNELL 

Senior Class 

CLASS OFFICERS 

MARJORIE McCONNELL President 

JANICE WEATHERS Vice-President 

ANN REESE Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS JAQUELIN MARSHALL Sponsor 



WEATHERS 




ADAMS 
ARNOLD 



ADKINS 
ARRINGTON 



AGNER 
AVERY 



ALLEN 
BAILEY 



LINDA ADAMS, Commercial Course . . . BETTY ANN ADKINS, General Course 
. . . MYRTIS AGNER, Distributive Education: D.O.E. 4: Glee Club 2: Ring Tennis 1: 
Soft Ball 2; Volleyball 2 . . . MADELINE ALLEN, Commercial Course: Annual 
Staff 3,4: Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4: Laboratory Assistant 4: Newspaper Staff 4: 
Student Patrol 3. . . ANNE ARNOLD, Distributive Education: D.O.E. 4: Glee Club 
2 . . . JEAN ARRINGTON. Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4; Volleyball 
2: Ring Tennis 2 . . . MARCELINE AVERY, Modern Lfn£uage Ccurse: Spanish Club 
4 . . . AUDREY BAILEY, Modern Language Course. 




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BAILEY, J. 
HARDEN 



BAIRD 
BASTON 



BANKS 
BIBLE, M. J. 



BANNISTER 
BIBLE, W. 



JANE BAILEY. Distributive Education. D.O.E. 4 . . . ELIZABETH BAIRD, Classical 
Course; French Club 4: Honor Society 4 . . . JOYCE BANKS, Modern Language 
Course: Alpha Try-Hi-Y. Treasurer: 4: French Club 4: Archery Club 4! Senior 
Council; Ring Tennis 2,4: Soft Ball 2.3: Volleyball 2,3,4 . . . JACQUELIN BANNIS- 
TER, General Course . . . BETTY BARDEN, Commercial Course . . . MYRTLE 
BASTON, Commercial Course; Student Council 1: Student Patrol 1: Red Cross 2: 
Annual Staff 3,4; Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4 . . MARY JANE BIBLE, Mod- 
ern Language Course: Spanish Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4: Choial Club 4 . . . WANDA 
BIBLE, Distributive Education: D.O.E. 4. 



1947 




BIVENS 
BRADFORD 



BLACKSTON 
BREDENBERG 



BLOUNT 
BRETT 



BOYCE 
BROXTON 



BETTY GIVENS, Commercial Course; Girl Reserves 1.2.3: Student Council 
3; Student Patrol 4: Honor Society 4 . . . EUDELLE BLACKSTON, General 
Course . . . BILLIE BLOUNT, Commercial Course: Red Cress 3 . . . HELEN BOYCE 
Distributive Education: D.O.E. 4 . . . DAHLIA BRADFORD. Modern Language 
Course; Spanish Club 4; Ring Tennis 2.4: Volleyball 2,3 .. . HELEN BREDENBERG. 
Classical Course; French Club 4 . . . MARIAN BRETT. Classical Course: Spanish 
Club 4: Choral Club 4: Volleyball 1,3: Ring Tennis 1 . . . BETTY BROXTON, General 
Course: Ring Tennis 1,2: Volleyball 1: Soft Ball 2,3. 



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ANN BRYAN, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4; Newspaper Editorial Staff 
4; Student Council 3; Red Cross 1; Tubman Band 4 . . . DOROTHY BURCH, Com- 
mercial Conrse: Girl Reserve 1,2, President 1: Glee Club 1 . . . ANN BURGAMY, 
Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Ring Tennis 4 . . . GENE 
BYRD, Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3 . . . JOAN BYRD, Classical Course; 
French Club, Treasurer, 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Secretary, 4; Student Patrol 3.4 .. . 
FRANCES CADLE, Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3; Red Cross 1,3 .. . BESSIE 
RAY CARN, General Course; D.O.E. Club 3, 4; Soft Ball 1 . . . VONCILE CARNES 
Commercial Course. 



BRYAN, A. 
BYRD, J. 



BURCH 

CADLE 



BURGAMY 
CARN 



BYRD, G. 
CARNES 





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CHRISTINE CLARK, Distributive Education: D.O.E. 3,4 .. . SUE CLARK, Com- 
mercial Course . . . LOUISE CLAUSSEN, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 
4; Annual Staff 3,4, Business Manager 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4: Volleyball 1; Ring Tennis 
1 . . DOROTHY COLLINS, General Course . . . KATHERINE CONNALLY, Modern 
Language Course; Girl Reserves 1 . . . LUCY ANN COOPER, Modern Language 
Course; Newspaper Staff, Business Manager 3,4; Student Patrol 3,4; French Club, 
Secretary 4; Alphat Tri-Hi-Y, President 4; Ring Tennis 1 . . . ESTHER CORDLE, 
Classical Course; Latin Club, Vice-President 3, President 4; French Club 4, Vice- 
President 4; Honor Society, President 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Annual Staff, Literary 
Editor 4; Glee Club 1; Concordia Chorus 2; Tubman Band 4 , . . MARY ANN DEER, 
Distributive Education; D.O.E. 4. 



CLARK, C. 
CONNALY 



CLARK. S. 
COOPER 



CLAUSSEN 
CORDLE 



COLLINS 
DEER 





DELGATO 
EIDSON 



DIKE 
ELLIS, MARGARET 



DRAWDY 
!:LLI3, MARTHA 



DURDEN 
ESTROFF 



ANN DELGATO, Commercial Course . . . BETTY DIKE, Commercial Course . . . 
CHARLOTTE DRAWDY, Classical Course: Annual Staff 3,4; Spanish Club 4: Theta 
Tri-Hi-Y 4 . . . FRANCES DURDEN, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4 . . . 
LUCILE EIDSON, Commercial Course . . . MARGARET ELLIS, Modern Language 
Course; Spanish Club 4 . . . MARTHA ELLIS, Classical Course; Spanish Club 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Newspaper Staff 3.4; Red Cross 4 . . . ELAINE ESTROFF, General Course; 
Senior Council. 



1947 




ETHERIDGE 
FREY 



PARR 
GAFFORD 



FELL 
GEIGER 



FLOWERS 
GHITTER 



WILLENA ETHERIDGE, Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 
2 3,4; Tubman Band, Majorette, 4; Ring Tennis 2 . . . EVELYN PARR, Commercial 
Course; Student Council 3 . . . BOBBIE FELL, Commercial Course; Student Council 
3; Red Cross 2; Newspaper Staff 3, Editor 4; Annual Staff 4 , . . FRANCES FLOWERS, 
Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4; Student Patrol 3: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Red Crcs 2; Choral Club 2; Glee Club 1 . . . FLORENCE PREY, Commercial Course; 
Student Patrol 3 . . BETTY GAFFORD, Commercial Course . . . CAROLINE GEIGER, 
Modern Language Course; Glee Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4 . . LEAH 
GHITTER, Modern Language Course; French Club 4; Choir 4; Honor Society 3,4; 
Volleyball 3. 



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GIBBS 
GUILLEBEAU 



GIVEN 
HALE 



GOODWIN 
HAMBY 



GREAR 
HAWN 



JOYCE GIBBS. Commercial Course: Student Patrol 3: Newspaper Staff, Editor, 4: 
Honor Society 4 . . . NANCY GIVEN. Modern Language Course; Choral Club 1; Span- 
ish Club 2; Volleyball 1,2: Ring Tennis 1.2: Ping Pong 3 . . . ELNORA GOODWIN. 
General Course; Red Cress 4 . . . JEAN GREAR, Classical Course; Spanish Club 4: 
Newspaper Staff 4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Ring Tennis 1,2 .. . JOAN GUILLEBEAU. 
Commercial Course: Home Economics Club 1: Annual Staff 3; Ring Tennis 1. 2; Vol- 
leyball 1,2; Basketball 1.2 .. . PATRICIA HALE. Modern Language Course; Ring 
Tennis 1: Spanish Club 4 , . . JOANNE HAMBY, Modern Language Course; Choral 
Club 1; Newspaper Staff 3: Spanish Club 3 . . . KELSIE HAWN. Modern Language 
Course; French Club 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4: Glee Club 1. 



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HEMRICK 
HINTON 



HENLEY 
HOLSTON 



HERNDON 
HOLT 



HILLMAN 
HOUCK 



MARTHA HEMRICK, Modern Language Course: Spanish Club 4; Home Economics 
Club 1: Red Cross 1; Choral Club 4 . . . VIRGINIA HENLEY, Commercial Course; 
Student Patrol 3; Red Cross 3 . . . BETTY KERNDON, Modern Language Course; 
Home Economics Club 1; Red Cross 2; Spanish Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Basketball 
1,2; Ring Tennis 1,2; Volleyball 1,2 .. . JANIE HILLMAN, Commercial Course; Red 
Cross 2; Ring Tennis 3 . . . BETTY HINTON, Commercial Course; Student Council 
4; Ring Tennis 2; Volleyball 1 . . . ALICE HOLSTON, Modern L-nguage Course; 
Annual Staff 4; Athletic Council 2,3,4, Point System Manager 4; French Club 4; 
Archery Club 3,4, Ring Tennis 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Hockey 2; Basketball 2,3,4 . . . 
SALLY HOLT, Modern Language Course; Spanish 3; Student Council 3; Student 
Patrol 3 . . . SUE HOUCK, Classical Course; Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Latin Club 
Annual Staff 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Honor Society 3,4; Student Patrol 3,4; Student 
Council, Central 4; Senior Council. 




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LOIS HUFF, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4: Newspaper Staff 4; Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Red Cross 1; Volleyball 2,3; Ring Tennis 2 . . . MARJORIE HUNDLEY, 
Distributive Education; D.O.E. Club 4 . . . FRANCES JAMES, Distributive Education; 
Girl Reserves 1; D.O.E. Club, Vice President 4; State Distributors Club, Secretary and 
Treasurer 4 . . . RUTH MAY JOE, General Course; Spanish Club 4; Ring Tennis 2,3; 
Volleyball 2 . . . ANNE JOHNSON, Modern Language Course; French Club 4; 
Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff, Literary Editor 4; Choir 4 . . . DOROTHY JOHNSON, 
Modern Language Course; Choir 2,3,4; Student Patrol 4; Home Economics Club 1,3, 
Program Chairman 3 . . . ELSIE JOHNSON, Modern Language Course; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Student Patrol 4; Red Cross 1 . . . NEVA JOHNSON, 
General Course. 



HUFF 
JOHNSON, A. 



HUNDLEY 
JOHNSON, D. 



JAMES 
JOHNSON, E. 



JOE 

JOHNSON, N. 





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VIVIAN JOHNSON, Commercial Course; Red Cross 4 . . . FAY JOYNER, Modern 
Language Course: French Club 4; Glee Club 1 . . . MARGIE JOYNER, Modern Lan- 
guage Course; Glee Club, Librarian, 1; French Club, Vice President 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 
Chaplain 4; Junior Class Secretary; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Senior Coun- 
cil; Library Assistant 4; Ring Tennis 4 . . . ARTASSER KELLY, Commercial Course 
. . . CLARA KENNEDY, Commercial Course; Student Patrol 4 . . . SUSIE KENT, 
Distributive Education; D.O.E. Club 4 . . . MIRIAM KING, Commercial Course . . . 
ELIZABETH KITCHENS. Commercial Course. 



JOHNSON, V. 
KENNEDY 



JOYNER, F 
KENT 



JOYNER, M. 
KING 



KELLY 
KITCHENS 





LANIER 
LEWIS, B. 



LAWTON 
LEWIS, J. 



LAYNE 
LOGUE 



LEVER 
LOO 



LOUISE LANIER, Commercial Course; Red Cross 2; Student Patrol 3,4 .. . GERTIE 
LAWTON, Commercial Course . . . PAULA LAYNE, Classical Course; French Club 
4; Athletic Council 3; Tubman Band 4; Ring Tennis 2.3; Volleyball 2,3; Soft Ball 2 
. . , NELL LEVER, Modern Language Course; Home Economics Club 1; Choir 1,2; 
French Club 4; Student Patrol 3,4, Program Chairman 4 . . . BETTY LEWIS, Distri- 
butive Course . . . JUANITA LEWIS, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4; 
Student Council 3: Glee Club 1 . . . GRACE LOGUE. Commercial Course; Choir 2; 
Newspaper Staff 3 . . . MEW YOUN LOO, Modern Language Course; Archery Club 
3,4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 3; Volleyball 3,4; Ring Tennis 3,4; Baseball 3,4; 
Hockey 3; Varsity Basketball 3,4. 



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MAXWELL 
McMICHAEL 



McCONNELL 
MEIERE 



McKENZIE 
MEINERS 



McMAHAN 
MERRY 



BARBARA MAXWELL, Classical Course: French Club 4: Anr.ual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4: Theta 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Volleyball 2; Ring Tennis 2 . . . MARJORIE McCONNELL. Classical Course: Athletic 
Council 3,4: Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4: Latin Club 3,4: Spanish Club, Treasurer 4: Red Cross 3: Annual Staff 4: 
Junior Class Vice President: Senior Class President: Student Council 3: Central Council 4: Senior 
Council, President: Student Patrol 2: Ring Tennis 1,2,3,4: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4 . . . 
SHIRLEY McKENZIE, Modern Language Course; Glee Club 2; French Club 4 . . . DOROTHY Mc- 
MAHAN, Commercial Course; Student Council 3; Senior Council . . . EDRIE LYLE McMICHAEL. 
Modern Language Course: Glee Club 1; Choral Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4 . . . MARIAN MEIERE, Clas- 
sical Course: Newspaper Editorial Staff 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y, Program Chairman 4; French Club 4; Ring Ten- 
nis 4 .. . META MEINERS. Modern Language Course; Athletic Council 2,3.4, President 4; French 
Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Central Council 4; Student Patrol 3.4; Honor Society 3 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Varsit^ 
Basketball 3,4: Volleyball 2,3.4; Ring Tennis 2.3.4; Soft Ball 2.3 .. . ELLEN MERRY, Classical 
Course; Newspaper Editorial Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; French Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Central Council 
4. 




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MILLER 
MOYER 



MITCHELL 
NALL 



MOORE. B. S. 
OCONNOR 



MOORE. M. 
ODANIEL 



VIRGINIA MILLER. Distributive Education: D.O.E. Club 3.4 .. . PEGGY MITCHELL. 
Commercial Course: Red Cross 1 . . . BETTY SUE MOORE. Distributive Education 
Course . . . MARY MOORE. Distributive Education; Glee Club 3: D.O.E. Club 3,4, 
President 4: Central Council 4; Student Patrol 3; Ring Tennis 1: Volley Ball 1 . . . 
CAROL MOYER, Distributive Education: Glee Club 1: D.O.E. Club 4: Ring Tennis 
1,2.3; Volleyball 1,2; Soft Ball 2,3 .. . LOUISE NALL, General Course; Ring Tennis 
4 . . . PATRICIA O'CONNOR, Classical Course; Latin Club 3,4; French Club 4; Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Newspaper Staff 4; Student Patrol 3; Red Cross 3: Honor Society 4; Soft 
Ball 3; Volleyball 1,2.3; Ring Tennis 1,2,3 . . . BILLIE G. O'DANIEL. Distributive 
Education: D.O.E Club 3.4: Gle* Club 2; Student Patrol 2: Annual Staff 4. 



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OGDEN 
PATRICK 



PADGETT 
PAULK 



PARRISH 
PEARCE 



PARTAIN 
PENN 



MARY ANNA OGDEN, Classical Course; Newspaper Staff 3.4: Editorial Staff 3; Span- 
ish Club 4; Ring Tennis 2,3,4; Soft Ball 2.3,4; Hockey 3; Basketball 3,4; Volleyball 
4 . . . MARGARET PADGETT, General Course: Newspaper Staff 3 . . . MARY PAR- 
RISH, General Course: Home Economics Club 1; Laboratory Assistant 3,4: News- 
paper Editorial Staff 4: Student Patrol 4 . . . CLAIRE PARTAIN, Modern Lan- 
guage Course: Home Economics Club 1; Junior Class Secretary . . . JOYCE PATRICK, 
Modern Language Course: Choral Club 3,4, President 4; Volleyball 3: Ring Tennis 
3 . . . DOROTHY PAULK, Modern Language Course: Glee Club 1: Student Patrol 
1.4: Annual Staff 4: French Club 4 . . . MARY PEARCE, Classical Course; Latin Club 
3: French Club 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Ring Tennis 1.2,3; Volley- 
ball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Soft Ball 1,2 .. . CORRIE LOU PENN, Commercial Course. 




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WILMA PENNINGTON, Distiibutive Education; Glee Club 1; Choral Club 3,4; D.O.E. Club 4 . . . 
KATHARINE PHINIZY, Classical Course; Sophomore Class Vice President; Athletic Council 2,3,4, 
Vice President 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, President 3; French Club 
4; Student Council 1,2, Vice President 3; Central Council, President 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Ring Tennis 
4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Hockey 1; Soft Ball 2,3; City League Basketball 2 . . . 
NANCY LEE PLOWDEN, General Course; Newspaper, Editorial Staff 3; Student Patrol 3 . . . SARAH 
POND, Modern Language Course . . . BETTY POWELL, Classical Course; Latin Club 3,4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4; Senior Chorus . . . DOROTHY POWELL, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 
4; Red Cross 3; Student Council 2: Ring Tennis 1.2,3; Volleyball 1,2; Soft Ball 2,3 .. . BARBARA 
PRICE, Modern Language Ccuise; Red Cress 3; Spanish Club, President 4; Honor Society 3,4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Central Council 4 . . . RUTH QUINN, Distributive Education; 
D.O.E. Club, Secretary 3; Choir 2; Ring Tennis 1; Volleyball 1,2. 



PENNINGTON 
POWELL, B. 



PHINIZY 
POWELL, D. 



PLOWDEN 
PRICE 



POND 

QUINN 





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ROSEMARY RADFORD, Classical Course; Spanish Club 4; Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Senioi 
Chorus . . . GLENITA RATHBUN, General Course; Choral Club 4 . . . ANN REESE, Classical Course; 
Latin Club 3; French Club 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Student Patrol 4; Senior Council, Secretary; Central 
Council 4; Annual Staff, Clubs Editor 4; Senior Class Secretary; Honor Society 4 . . . MABEL 
RHODEN, Distributive Education; D.O.E. Club 4; Soft Ball 2 . . . BOBBIE ANNE ROBERTSON. 
Modern Language Course; Red Cross, President; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Student Patrol 4, Substitute 3; Tub- 
man Band, Drum Major 4; Spanish Club, Vice President 4; Central Council 4; Soft Ball 1 . . . JANE 
ROGERS, Modern Language Course; French Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4; Senior 
Council; Ring Tennis 3; Volleyball 3 . . . JACQUELYN ROOKS, Classical Course; Latin Club 3,4, 
Secretary 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; French Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Honor Society 4 . . . LILY RUFO, Distribu- 
tive Education; D.O.E. Club 4; Choir 1.2.4; Ring Tennis 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,4; Badminton 3. 



RADFORD 
ROBERTSON 



RATHBUN 
ROGERS 



REESE 
ROOKS 



RHODEN 

RUFO 





RUSHTON 
SEITZ 



SAVAGE 
SIMON 



SCHLEY 
SLIGH 



SCHROEDER 
SMITH 



JIMMIE RUSHTON. Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3 . . . IRENE SAVAGE, Mod- 
ern Language Course: Archery Club 2,3,4, President 4, Treasurer 3; Athletic Council 
4; Central Council 4; Spanish Ciub 4: Volleyball 2,3,4: Ring Tennis 2,3,4; Basketball 
2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Hockey 2: Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 . . . BETTY ANNE SCHLEY. 
Modern Language Course: Spanish Club 4 . . . NANNETTE SCHROEDER. Commercial 
Course: Choral Club 3; Sophomore Class President; Junior Class President; French 
Club 4; Annual Staff. Picture Editor 4: Central Council 4; Student Patrol 3; Honor 
Society 4 . . . BARBARA SEITZ. Classical Course; French Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Volleyball 3; Ring Tennis 3 . . . GISELA SIMON, General Course . . . BETTY LEE 
SLIGH. Commercial Course; Student Patrol 4: Red Cross 4; Basketball 2 . . . ETHEL 
SMITH, Classical Course: Spanish Club 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Student Council 1; Student Patrol 1; Volleyball 1.2; Ring Tennis 1,2. 



1947 




SMITH, J. 
STANLEY 



SMITH, M. 
STELLING 



SMOAK 
STOWELL 



SNELLGROVE 
SUMMERALL 



JEAN SMITH, General Course . . . MARITA SMITH, Modern Language Course: 
Student Patrol, Substitute 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Newspaper Staff 4 
. . . EDNA SMOAK, Modern Language Course: Spanish Club 4 . . . BETTY SNELL- 
GROVE, Commercial Course . . . HELEN STANLEY, Commercial Course; Choir 1; 
Student Patrol 3 . . . TECKLA STELLING, Classical Course; Spanish Club 4; Latin 
Club 3,4: Annual Staff 4; Student Patrol, Squad Leader 3; Tri-Hi-Y Project Chairman 
4; Honor Society 4; Ring Tennis 3,4; Volleyball 3,4: Basketball 1,3,4: Soft Ball 1,2,3 
. . . YVONNE STOWELL, Commercial Course . . . MILDRED SUMMERALL, Distri- 
butive Education; D.O.E. Club 4; Student Patrol 3. 




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SWEARINGEN 
TURNER 



TAYLOR 
WADE 



TEMPLETON 
WALKER, A. 



THOMAS 
WALKER, G. 



ELEANOR SWEARINGEN. Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3,4, Captain 4 . . . 
ELEANOR TAYLOR. Commercial Course . . . DERYL TEMPLETON. Commercial 
Course . . . SALLIE THOMAS, Classical Course: Latin Club 4; French Club 4; Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Honor Society 3,4: Newspaper Staff 4: Ring Tennis 2,3,4; Volleyball 3,4; 
Hockey 1; Basketball 1,2.3.4; Baseball 1,2,3.4 . . . OLLIE BURT TURNER. Com- 
mercial Course; Home Economics Club 1; Newspaper Staff 3 . . . ANN WADE, 
Commercial Course; Red Cross 3 . . . ANN WALKER, Classical Course; Spanish Club 
4; Choir 2; Senior Chorus . . . GLORIA WALKER. Modern Language Course: French 
Club 4. 



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WALL 
WEAVER 



WARDLAW 
WEBSTER 



WASHINGTON 
WEIR 



WEATHERS 
WHITAKER 



DOLORES WALL, Modern Language Course; Spanish Club 4 . . . SUE WARDLAW, 
General Course . . . MARY WASHINGTON, Commercial Course; Ring Tennis 4 . . . 
JANICE WEATHERS, Modern Language Course; Student Council 1; Choral Club 
2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Athletic Council 3,4, Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4 Editorial 
Staff 4; French Club 4; Archery Club 4; Senior Council; Senior Class Vice-President; 
Varsity Basketball 4; Ring Tennis 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2.3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soft 
Ball 1,2,3 . . . ANN WEAVER, Classical Course; Latin Club 3,4, Program Chairman 
4; French Club, President 4; Student Patrol 3; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; 
Central Council 4; Ring Tennis 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Hockey 2; 
Soft Ball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 . . . MARJORIE WEBSTER, Distributive Edu- 
cation; Choral Club 2,3; D.O.E. Club 4 . . . VERNA WEIR, Commercial Ccurse; Stu- 
dent Council 1; Student Patrol 3; Ring Tennis 3; Volleyball 2 ... MARY WHITAKER, 
Commercial Course; Ring Tennis 4; Volleyball 4; Basketball 4. 




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MARTHA WIDENER, Commercial Course; Student Patrol 3 . . . BETTY WILHELM, 
Modern Language Course; Choral Club 3 . . . BARBARA WILKINSON, Commercial 
Course: Newspaper Staff 3,4, Editorial Staff 4 . . . JACQUELINE WILLIAMS, Dis- 
tributive Education; D.O.E. Club 3,4 .. . BARBARA WONG, Modern Language Course; 
Spanish Club 4 . . . MOLLY WONG, Distributive Education; D.O.E. Club 4; Choir 3,4; 
Tubman Band, Twirler 4; Volleyball 1,2; Ring Tennis 1,2; Soft Ball 1,2,3 . . . ANN 
YOUNG, Commercial Course; Choral Club 4; Soft Ball 1 . . . DOLORES ZIMMER- 
MAN, General Course; Student Council 3; Ring Tennis 3. 



WIDENER 
WONG, B. 



WILHELM 
WONG, M. 



WILKINSON 
YOUNG 



WILLIAMS 

ZIMMERMAN 





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Junior Class 

CLASS OFFICERS 

ANN WHATLEY ._ President 

VERNA LEE HARDY Vice President 

AUDREY LINDSEY _ „ Secretary-Treasurer 




ALICE ADAMS 

ANGADELL ADAMS 
JANE ALLEN 

MARION ALMOND 



JACQUELYN ANDERSON 
JEANETTE ANDERSON 
MARY ARNETT 
MILDRED ASHE 



MARY ATKINSON 
LUCILE AYERS 

CAROLYN BARRETT 
ALICE BARRS 



DORIS BEELAND 
BETTY BIBB 

BARBARA BONNETTE 
BETTY BROWN 



DOLORESE BROWN 
BETTY BURCH 

ANN CARTER BURDELL 

JESSIE MAE BURCKHALTER 



ANN BUTLER 
ANN BYRD 

BETTY JANE CARLTON 
PAULINE CARTER 




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ANN CHANCEY 

BETTY E. CHANDLER 
BETTY M. CHANDLER 
CAROLYN CHATTMAN 



BETTY LOU CHILD 
JACQUELINE CLARK 
ESTELLE CLIETT 
JACQUELINE COFFIELD 







RAMONA COLLINS 

MARY ALICE COLQUITT 
BETTY COOK 

MARGARET COOK 



ANNE COOPER 
JOAN CURLEY 
INA DAVIDSON 
ANN DAVIS 



ARTEMISIA DENNIS 
SARA DESSAUER 

BELVA LEE DOBYNS 
JUNE DOUGLAS 



BETTY DUDLEY 
SUE DYCHES 
EMILY DYE 

JUNE EDENFIELD 



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HELEN EVANS 
HELEN FLOYD 
BETTY FORTSON 
LINDA FOSTER 



CAROLINE FOWLER 
ANN FREEMAN 

BESSIE LEE GARDNER 
BILLIE GARDNER 



DOLORES GIBBS 
BETTY GILMORE 
BETTY GODBEE 
ANN GOOLSBY 



JEAN GRAMMER 
JUANITA GRAYSON 
BETTY GREENE 
LOUISE GREENE 



BETTY GRIFFIN 
PEGGY GRIFFIN 
JOANNE GRIMAUD 
VIRGINIA GRIMAUD 



BETTY GROSE 
MARY HARDIN 
JOYCE HARDY 

VERNA LEE HARDY 




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GERALDINE HARRISON 

MIRIAM HARWELL 

MARGIE HELMLY 

DOROTHY HENDERSON 



JEWELL HIGHTOWER 
MARY FRANCES HOGAN 
ELIZABETH HOLMES 
SALLY HOOD 



RUTH HOUSTON 

BARBARA HOWARD 
JEAN INGLETT 
JEAN INMAN 



ELEANOR JACKSON 
ANNE JAMISON 
BETTY JARRETT 
PEGGY JEFFCOAT 



RUTH JEFFCOAT 

BETTY SUE JOHNSON 
DOROTHY JOHNSON 
BETTY JOHNSON 



ELIZABETH JONES 
KATHRYN JONES 
MARY JONES 
NINA JONES 




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MARTHA JORDAN 
ANNA MAY JUDSON 
ISABELLE KEY 

BETTY JEANNE KING 



BARBARA LANGLEY 
AMY LAW- 
SUZANNE LEVINE 
MILDRED LEWIS 



AUDREY LINDSEY 
BETTY LOFTON 
DORIS LOGAN 

CHRISTINE LUNDY 



BARBARA MANLY 
VIRGINIA MARKS 
DORIS MARTIN 
JOYCE MARTIN 



PEGGY MARTIN 

BARBARA MATHEWS 
JANE MAYNARD 
ANN McCLENDON 



JEAN McCONNELL 
PEGGY MEADS 
CATHRYN MEEKS 
BETTY MELTON 




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BETTY MILLS 

SYLVIA MOUTOS 
BETTY JO MOYER 

BETTY ANN MULCAY 



LaVERNE MURPHY 
ELEANORA NIXON 
ELOISE NIXON 
JUNE NORRIS 



GAIL OLIVER 
PATSY O'NEAL 
ANNE OTWELL 
MYRTIE PACE 



BETTY PARRISH 
LYDIA PATE 

LOLETIA PATTERSON 
YVONNE PATTERSON 



BETTY PHILLIPS 
BENITA PHINIZY 
ANNABELL POPE 
EVELYN PRIEST 



DORIS PRIOR 
MARY QUINN 
ATHENA RABUN 
PHYLLIS RABUN 



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MARY LOU REESE 
THERESA REEVES 
JEAN RHODES 



MARGARET RICHTER 
JOAN ROSENTHAL 
BETTY SAMUELS 
BETTY SANDERS 



ANN SATCHER 
ANN SAYER 
BETTY SCOTT 

PATRICIA SCHWALL 



JOYCE SEGO 

DOLORES SHAPIRO 
PEGGY SHERMAN 
RITA SILVER 



JEANNE SIMPSON 
MARY SISK 

MIRIAM SISKIN 
SADIE SLEISTER 



ANN SMALLEY 
ANNE SMITH 
JEAN SMITH 
FA YE SNYDER 




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RAYE SNYDER 
DORIS STEVENS 
MONA STEWART 
SARAH STIREWALT 



JOAN STOCKTON 
JANE STONE 
MILLIE STREET 
THELMA THIGPEN 





JUNE THOMPSON 

BETTY ANNE THRAILKILL 
DOROTHY THRASHER 
HELEN TUDOR 




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JACQUELINE WADDEY 
MARY ELLEN WALKER 
ANNE WARR 



ADELE WARREN 
GLORIA WATKINS 
JUANITA WATKINS 



JOYCE WEIL 

NELL WESTBROOK 
ANN WHATLEY 



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BARBARA WIDENER 
BETH WILCOX 

BOBBIE ANN WILLIS 
MARY WOLFE 



DAISY WOO 
LILY WOO 
BETTY WOOD 
NANNETTE YOUNG 





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CLASS OFFICERS 

JOAN JANSEN President 

THEO MACMURPHY Vice President 

RACHEL WONG Secretary-Treasurer 




MACMURPHY 



JANSEN 



WONG 



SOPHOMORE 1 V 

First row: Evelyn Kulp, Joanne Colvurn, Jo£n Anthony, Peggy Peabody, Beverly Weather- 
ford, Theo Macmurphy, Betty Mcintosh, Ann Voorhis, Ellen Martin. Frances >Amick, Betty 
Ann Green, Ann Dasher, Elaine Fogle, Barbsra Rubenstein, Julia Hagler.~ 
Second row: Virginia Joe, Martha Burden, Rena Walker, Eugene Hiers, Gcnnie Tant, Susan 
Hemstreet, Dorothy Burdashaw, Virginia Drexel, Mary Merry, Alice Merry, {Catherine Barrett, 
Joan Dunbar, Mary Fenton Che^Piam, Let a Barfield, Gladys Meiere 





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SOPHOMORE 2 
Glenda Rooks, Lucy Clay- 
tor, Laura Gauthier, Joan 
Cham bers, Joan Lee 
Castleberry, Ann Smith, 
Joyce McNure, Margare- 
tha Bowick, Joan Barrett, 
Barbara Edwards, Lois 
Ann Brown. 



SOPHOMORE 2 

Seated: Ann Hopkins, Patricia 
Ponder, Lois Ann Hale, Vera 
Greeson. Standing: Ann Gutier- 
rez, Joan Compton, Caroline Mc- 
Gahee, Betty Jones, Edna Gri- 
maud, Geraldine Pardue. 




SOPHOMORE 2 

Mary Rheney, Charlotte 
Luckey, Margie Ann Ros- 
signol, Martha Woodall, 
Louise D'Antignac, Bob- 
bie Parks, Barbara Ow- 
ens, Mary Ellen Brown, 
Dorothy Hardin, Joyce 
Green. 





SOPHOMORE 3 

First row: Peggy Almand, Martha Cawley, Jean Bowick. Second row: Jean Creech, Alice 
Aaronson. Barbara Bennett, Lois Barrick. Thiidrow: Peggy Harris, Carolyn Bohler, Betty Meeks. 
Fourth row: Ann Hutcheson, Joan McNeil, Jean Cox, Sue Hanchey. 



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SOPHOMORE 3 

First row: Jean Rowe, Elsie Ann 
Willige, Maxine Smith, Shirley 
Pardue. Second row: Sue Price, 
Betty Jane Stockton, Betty Raines, 
Patsy Ruth Utley. Third row- 
Rachel Moore, Joanne Myrick, 
Claire Perkins, Frances Rowe, 
Jane Ragsdale. 




SOPHOMORE 4 

Betty Kilpatrick, Nina Barrett, Betty Jean Howard, Mildred Gormley, Betty Blanchard, Nancy Mc- 

Elmurray, Nancy Archer, Dorotliy Kennedy, Betty Jean Farr, Ruby Jansen, Sarah Dukes, Ardean 

Jones. 



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SOPHOMORE 4 

First row: Estelle Regopolos, Bob- 
bie Ann Nickles, Nancy Montgom- 
ery, Ann Newton. Second row: 
Nancy Willingham, Mary Young. 
Margie Widener, Betty McNelly, 
INIary Powell, Pat Morrow. 




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SOPHOMORE 5 

Jo Ann Brown, Elsie Blackwell, Peggy Campbell, Gloria Johnston, Thomasene Wall, Joyce Jackson, 
Louise Adams, Mary Joe, Betty McKnight, Martha Wheatley, Betty Patrick, Frances Williams. 



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SOPHOMORE 6 

Seated: Mary Frances Hcrndon. 
Jacqueline Fallaw. Betty June 
Ayers, Jean Guy. Helen Harden. 
Standing: Lillian Campbell, Eliza- 
beth Burgess, Dorothy Beeland. 
Betty DeBow, Gloria Chancey. 
Miriam Hamilton. 




SOPHOMORE d 

Seated: Mary Ann Jones, Joan Jansen, Willie Lewis, Mary Jackson. Standing: 
Eva Lee Meadows, Doris Lewis, Virginia Key, Janette Johnson, Martel Kitchens, 
Mary Parr. 




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SOPHOMORE 6 

Seated: Betty Thompson. Rachel 
Wong, Pansy Price, Joyce Rush- 
ton, Sara Tanner. Standing: Bet- 
ty Jean Reeder, Earline Reese, 
Imogene Purvis, Connie Satcher, 
Mary Waters. Hazel Radford. 





SOPHOMORE 7 

Standing: Barbara Albert, Betty Averell, Peggy Green, Elizabeth Meads, Lois McCann, Bernice 
Hooper, Monteen Hasty, Reaby Hobbs, Martha Goings, Hazel Weatherford, Geneva Barrett. Seated: 
LaVerne Bowman, Helen Foster, Pauline Wren, Vernell Gantt, Bernice Barden, Tommie Robbins, 
Dorothy Wren, Mary Russell, Betty Dempsey, Hazel Thompson, Ethel Smith, Gertie Ellenberg, Betty 
Ramsey. 



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SOPHOMORE 8 

First row: Barbara Turner, Mar- 
garet Parker, Elizabeth Woods. 
Nancy Merritt, Evelyn Young- 
blood, Betty Sorrow, Peggy Simp- 
son, Joyce Priest, Jenna Young. 
Second row: Margaret Smith. 
Myrtle Moseley. Grace Poole. Pa- 
tricia Stone. 





SOPHOMORE 8 

First row: Jean Carter, Myrtle Chavous, Betty Durham, Jessie Calamas, June Kirk- 
land. Second row: Kathleen Cheesborough, Evelyn Carey, Janet Jowers, Marilyn 
Gheesling. 





SOPHOMORE 9 

First row: Betty Brock. Bobbie Atkins, Frances Murphy. Betty Will- 
iams. Second row: Lorraine Williams. Mary NeSmith. Ruby Kirkland, 
Joyce King. Mildred Hamilton. Phoebe Barker. Third row: Eleanor 
Koger, Betty Youngblood. Norma Walker. Jo Ann Webb. Jeannette 
Patrick, Joan Myrick. 




SOPHOMORE 10 

First row: Dorothy Powell, Elsie Ricketts, Lillian 
Powell. Second row; Elizabeth Johnston, Melbra 
Zorn, June Perkins, Betty Phelps. 




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SOPHOMORE 10 

First row: Joyce White, Ann Summerall, Barbara 
McMahan, Jacqueline NeSmith. Second row: 
Mary Holmes, Josephine Goodson, Barbara John- 
son. 





SOPHOMORE 10 

Bottom: Verdria Barfoot, Clemmie Kilby. De- 
Brada Brown, Leona Gregory. Betty Reese. Top: 
Lillian Evans, Joanne Cleveland, Nell Gould. 




SOPHOMORE 11 

Margaret Jansen. Jackie Gunter, 
Betty Bessenger, Alice Whitt. 
Mildred Carroll, Dorothy Sills. 




SOPHOMORE 11 

Christine McCarty. Janette McClain, Vera Dyches. Bessie Wombles, Frances Brinson, 

Sarah Priest. 



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SOPHOMORE 11 
Hazel Adams, Margaret 
Wood. Joyce Creech, Mil- 
dred Groover, Barbara 
Allen. Elizabeth Good- 
win. 




McCONNELL 



FLEMING 



BENTLEY 



NIXON 



CLASS OFFICERS 

FLORRIE FLEMING President 

SALLIE NIXON Vice President 

JEWELL BENTLEY Secretary 

SANDRA McCONNELL _ __ Treasurer 



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FRESHMAN 1— 
First row; Wennie Bowen, Ellen Boone. La Verne Bridges, Betty Jean Baker, Barbara BecKneli, 
Betty Baker, Anne Bearden, Joyce Barton, Shirley Allgood. Second row: Margaret Brown, 
Dollie Bradshaw, Patsy Blanchard, Mary Ruth Bridges, Christine Barrs, Jewell Bentley, Janet 
Bowdidge, Dolorian Arthur, Barbara Allen. Third row: Roslyn Bogeslov, Ada Bradley, Sara Atta- 
way, Gloria Bedingfield, Nell Blanchard, Mary Alice Blair, Helen Alberson, Betty Belger, Mary 
Belger. 




FRESHMAN 2— 

First row: Jackie Chavous, Barbara Clary, Joyce Clayton, Martha Bryan, Betty Bumpus, Betty 

Chapman, Mary Alice Burch, Barbara Burpee. Second row: Billie Connell, Rosemary Burpee, 

Betty Cook, Betty Cofer, June Cato, Ethel Busch, Betty June Bunn. Third row: Betty Clark, Patsie 

Campbell, Carolyn Butler, Anne Carmichael, Francis Chambers, June Cooke, Pauline Carroll, Dorothy 

Cooper. 




FRESHMAN 3— 

First row: Betty Doolittle, Janis Dubose, Carolyn Eubanks, Joanne Dover, Betty Dawson, Margaret 
Dye, Joyce Dyson, Dolores Crawford, Gertrude Easier, Betty Ann Crawford. Second row: Eliza- 
beth Cooper, Gertrude Eidson, Betty Duncan, Barbara Culpepper, Janice Everett, Barbara Drake, 
Doris Dunn, Geneva Driggers, Betty Denton. Third row: Betty Joan Cox, Virginia Dunn, Peggy 
Durliam, Jeanette Crawford, Elizabeth Erickson, Lois Dozier, Martha Dye, Lavern Davis. 




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FRESHMAN 4— 

First row: Martha Gilmore, Marian Foster, Jeanette Gay. Doris Green, Laura Gregory, Joanne Ford, 
Austin Gilliland, Joan Griffin, Ophelia Fields. Second row: Bengovan George, Barbara Gunter. 
Ann Gaddy, Elynor Fortune, Doris Harden, Mazina Faglier, Betty Garner, Carolyn Hadden, Sara 
Galloway. Third row: Betty Jean Fell, Nell Ruth Guill. Jean Graham, Mae Godowns, Burnie Guy, 
Florence Fleming, Joan Fulmer, Lela Mae Griffin, Gloria Ganus. 




FRESHMAN 5— 

First row: Jane Heng, Betty Jo Home, Grace Harris, Lucile Hobbs, Mary Joyce Harrison, Ann Har- 
ris, Lettie Harley, Catherine Howell. Second row: Ruby Inglett, Beatrice Howard, Betty Hutchins, 
Betty Jackson, Jean Hickernell, Betty Jean Helmly, Kay Hutto, Caroline Hiers, Doris Huff. Third 
row: Jane Huguley, Thelma Howard, Erline Hill, Glenda Henderson, June Hazel, Betty Ruth 
Hixon, Annette Harper, Betty Ivey, Joe Anne Hendrix. 




FRESHMAN 6— 

First row: Betty Kitchens, Jean Johnson, Margaret Lewis, Willie Johnson, Harriet Jue, Saul Sin 
Loo, Mildred Jones, Betty Kellett. Second row: Ann Livingston, Peggy King, Mary Lou Jones, 
Mary Jane Jones, Mary Kelley, Pauline Ledbetter, Barbara Kellett, Mary Luckey, Grace Johnson. 
Third row: Dorothy Johnston, Marjorie Jennings, Carolyn Kennedy, Betty Lott, Betty Luckey. 
Annie Laura Love, Sarah Luke, Carolyn Lord, Rosellen Love. 




FRESHMAN 7— 

First row: Jeanine Mays, Martha McGowan, Margie McAlhaney, Ann Menger. Barbara MeLean, 
Pat Marshall, Barbara Metts, Mary McDowell, Julia McWade. Second row: Peggy Marriott, 
Jeanine McKettrick, Sally Maddox, Peggy Mcllhaney, Sue Martin, Mary Lynn, Pat Marbut, Bever- 
ley McMichael. Third row: Sandra McConnell, Julie Marschalk, Jeannette Mitchum, Barbara Mc- 
Kissick, Jean Mobley, Ruth Maddox, Sylvia Melton. 




FRESHMAN 8— 

First row: Shirley Peters, Muriel Oellerich, Jane Newfton, Beth Mueller, Betty Pearson, Ann Pad- 
gett, Jewell Morgan, Catherine Meyers. Second row; Harriet Perkins, Margaret Newman, Mary 
Piatt, Gwynne Odum, Hilda Moore, Barbara Mulcay, Jean Oliveros, Joyce Murphey. Third row; Lena 
Morris, Aleen Payton, Eunice Newsome, Betty Norvell, Gloria Phillips, Sally Nixon, Joan Morris, 
Ann Parrish. 




FRESHMAN 9— 

First row: Frances Powell. Frankie Ramsbothin, Ann Rankin, Mary Sellers. Joyce Prescott, Hazel 
Proscott, Jacquelin Shipman. Judith Rhodes. Nancy Powell. Second row: Rita Roberson, Mary 
Russell, Margaret Reeder, Olie Powell, Dorothy Shead, Mildred Rhoden, Grace Satcher. Valerie 
Proctor. Third row: Sadie Regan, La Verne Rabun, Helen Rabun, Jacquelin Ricks, Catherine 
Sanders, Carolyn Russell, Sadie Scott. Minnie Lee Price, Betty Rollins. 




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FRESHMAN 10— 

First row: Dorothy Smith. Joanne Spithaler. Chiistine Short. Ida Rose Southerland. Betty Smith. 
Doris Smith. Virginia Towill. Joyce Sumerall. Jojce Thrift. Viola Todd. Second row: Erma Smith. 
June Smith. Joyce Carolyn Smith, Cornelia Swindler. Virginia Smith. Ruby Smalley, Ann Thomp- 
son. Rona Snyder. Carol Symms. Third row: Jsnette Storey. Jo Ann Thurmond. Joyce LaVerne 
Smith. Mary Alice Sumerau, Patti Ann Tarlyn, Wahala Taylor, Billie Jean Stone, Gloria Thomas, 
Annie L. Thigpen. 




FRESHMAN 11 

First row: Katheryn Trapnell, Mary Jo Wood. Sylvia Wright, Joyce Wilk. Peggy Wilensky, Margaret 
Woodward, Elise Williams, Erlene Wilk, Myrl Walker. Second i-ow: Elizabeth Wilson, Betty 
Wren. Sandra Williams. Eleanor Whitfield, Connie Wilson, Johnnie Wombles, Catherine Williams, 
Janet Walker, Margie Wolfe. Third row: Julia Wilson, Billie Jean Woodward, Helen Weathers, 
Jackie Wolfe, Mary Harris Whitaker, Eliza Wallace, Rehean Usry, Jackie Yeargain. 




FRESHMAN 12 

First row: Mary Ellen McDaniel. Joy Leaptrotte. Lois Reeder. Doris Elizabeth Walker. Dorothy 
Turner. Sue Simmons. Naomi Powell. Eulalia Jones. Betty Cosnahan, Doris Walker, Mary Blackwell, 
Betty Screws, Carter Emerson. Second row: Betty Redd. Kathleen Glover. Edna Mcintosh. Mary 
Ann Cox. Mary Frances Lampley, Ann Moore, Lois Pond, Joyce Clendenning, Margaret Jones, Betty 
Abbott. Margaret Home. Joye Swearingen, Jewel Hornsby. Third row: Carolyn Holton, Dorothy 
Wheatley, Geraldine Harper, Sarah Kennedy, Gerry Mathis, Lillie Beasley, Iris Hardin, Crystal Hind- 
man, Betty Tapley, Frances Lever, Joyce Burke, Jean Elliot, Alice Sibert, 




JVIAJDS AND 



EDITORS 

ANN REESE, 
Clubs Editor 

KATHARINE PHINIZY, 
Student Representative 

ESTHER CORDLE, 
Literary Editor 

META MEINERS, 
Sports Editor 

NANNETTE 
SCHROEDER, 
Picture Editor 

ANN OTWELL, 
Art Editor 



SUE HOUCK 

LOUISE CLAUSSEN 



Editor-in-Chief 

-Business Manager 




FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Mary Jones 

Miss Eugenia Hutto 

Miss Mabel Bvrd 




LITERARY STAFF 

JACQUELYN ROOKS 
ANNE JOHNSON 

ANN WEAVER 
BENITA PHINIZY 



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ATHLETICS STAFF 

and 

CLUBS STAFF 

Alice Holston 

Joan Jansen 

Marjorie Joyner 

Ann Davis 
Teckla Stelling 



PICTURE STAFF 

and 

ART STAFF 

Verna Lee Hardy, Charlotte Drawdy, 
Eleanor Jackson, Jane Rogers, Peggy 
Peabody, Mary Fenton Cheatham. Joan 
Dunbar, Ann Byrd. 





BUSINESS STAFF 

Bottom row: Barbara Max- 
well, Myrtle Baston, Joan Cox, 
Katherine Barrett, Dorothy 
Thrasher, Madeline Allen. Top 
row: Dorothy Paulk, Marjorie 
McConnell, Betty E. Chandler, 
Ruth Houston, Florrie Flem- 
ing. 




The 



EDITORS 

BOBBIE FELL News Editor 

LYDIA PATE News Editor 

JOYCE GIBBS Editorials 

BENITA PHINIZY Editorials 

MARIAN MEIERE , .... . News Editor 



ELOISE NIXON Society Editor 

ANN OTWELL Sports Editor 

ANN DAVIS ..... Associate Editor 

MADELINE ALLEN Exchange Editor 

JANICE WEATHERS Society Editor 



LUCY ANN COOPER ..._. Business Manager 

ELLEN MERRY Editor-in-Chief 

BARBARA WILKINSON ..... Literary Editor 




Tubman Times 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Emma L. Wilkinson 
Miss Dorothy Moore 

Mrs. Ruby Turner 
Miss Evelyn McNair 




BUSINESS STAFF 

Seated: Frances Flowers, Nancy Given, Barbara Price, Verna Lee Hardy, Lucy Ann Cooper, Jean Smith. Amy Law, 
Jean McConnell, Sylvia Moutos. Standing; Lois Huff, Joanne Hamby, Betty Herndon. Marita Smith, Ann Carter 
Burdell, Helen Evans, Virginia Grimaud, Patricia O'Connor, Doris Prior. 



REPORTERS 

Standing: Ethel Smith, Ann Saver. Dorothy Henderson. Ruth Houston. Betty E. Chandler. Dolores Shapiro, Suzanne 
Levine, Sallie Thomas, Ann Whatley. Mary Anna Ogden. Barbara Seitz. Barbara Maxwell, Peggy Sherman. Seated: 
Phyllis Rabun, Marian Almand, Ann Bryan, Ann Gcclsby, Wilena Etheridge, Joan Stockton, Artemisia Dennis. 
Marjorie Joyner. Bessie Gardner. Eleancr Jackscn. Joan Chambers. Joan Castleberry, Jean Grear. 





CENTRAL COUNCIL 

With backs turned. Katharine Phinizy, Eleanor Swearengen, Betty 
June Ayers, Verna Lee Hardy. Seated: Meta Meiners, Bobbie Ann 
Robertson, Sue Houck, Irene Savage, Ann Reese, Ann Weaver, Ann 
Whatley, Ellen Merry, Lucy Ann Cooper. Standing: Barbara Price, 
Rachel Wong. Esther Cordle. Marjorie McConnell. Audrey Lindsey, 
Joan Jansen. 



SENIOR COUNCIL 

Fi.st row: Elaine Estroff. Ann Reese, Marjorie 
KCcCcnnell, Janice Weathers. Back row: Nannette 
Schroeier, Sue Houck, Joyce Banks, Jean Arring- 
tzn, J&ne Rogers, Betty Hinton. 



Student Council 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Sponsor _ . _ Miss Belle Walker 

Senior Adviser Miss Jaquelin Marshall 

Junior Adviser Miss Mary Gilliland 

Sophomore Adviser Miss Amabel Lansdell 
Freshman Adviser Miss Bertha Carswell 




HARDY 



PHINIZY 



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AYERS 



OFFICERS 

KATHARINE PHINIZY President 

VERNA LEE HARDY _ _ ..Vice President 

BETTY JUNE AYERS Secretary-Treasurer 



JUNIOR COUNCIL 

First row: Verna Lee Hardy, 
Ann Whatley, Audrey Lind- 
sey. Second row: Ann Ot- 
well, Betty M. Chandler, 
Faye Snyder. Top row: 
Margaret Richter, Eloisf 
Nixon, Mary Ellen Walker. 
Doris Logan. 




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FRESHMAN COUNCIL 

First row: Florrie Fleming, Virginia Towill. Ann Livingstone, Jean 
Oliveros, Rosalyn Bogeslov, Joanne Dover. 

Second row: Rosemary Burpee, June Hazel. Ann Parrish. Helen Rabun. 
Standing: Grace Batcher, Margaret Dye, Jean Hickernell. 



The Tubman Citizenship League, of 
which every girl and teacher in Tubman 
is a member, is governed by the fol- 
lowing councils: (1) The Central Coun- 
cil, which is composed of the League 
officers and faculty advisers, all class 
presidents and secretaries, and all club 
and organization presidents. (2) Four 
Class Councils composed of class of- 
ficers, one faculty representative, and 
the president and secretary of each 
home room. 

All business of the school pertaining 
to students is conducted through the 
councils. 



SOPHOMORE COUNCIL 

First row: Rachel Wong, Joan 
Jansen, Theo Macmurphy. 

Second row: Betty Netherland, 
Katherine Barrett, Doris Lewis, 
Nell Gould, Hazel Radford. 

Standing: Joan Chambers, Bar- 
bara Edwards, June Kirkland, 
Clemmie Kilby, Joan Myrick, 
Jeannette Patrick, Joyce King. 




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SOPHOMORE PATROL 

; Bottom Row: Joan Anthony, Connie Tant, 
4- Ellen Martin, Virginia Drexel, Mai-y 
Fenton Cheatham. 

Top Row: Nma Barrett, Peggy Peabody, 
Gladys Meiere, Theo Macmurphy, Ann 
Dasher, Elaine Fogel. 




JUNIOR PATROL 

Bottom Row: Ann Whatley, Marv Alice Colquitt, Nell Westbrook, Mary Ellen Walker. Joyce Seago, Amy Law, Ann Carter 
Burden Peggy Sherman, Benita Phinizy, Gail Oliver, Joan Stockton. Martha Jordan, Sylvia Moutos. Ruth Houston, Betty 
M Chandler, Bettv E. Chandler, Ann Byrd, Elizabeth Holines, Ann Davis . Top Row: Miriam Siskm, Ann Goolsby, Rita 
Silver, Athena Rabun, Ruth Rearden, Peggy Martin, Caroline Fowler. Bessie Lee Gardner, Helen Evans, Verna Lee Hardy, 
Ann Otwell. Jane Maynard. Ann Jamison, Betty Grose. Artemisia Dennis. 




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LEADERS 

Meta Meiners, Ann Whatley, Benita 
Phinizy, Eleanor Swearingen, Captain, 
Miss Bertha Carswell, Sponsor. 




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The Student Patrol functions as a part of 
the Tubman Citizenship League. 

Membership is based on merit. Only 
those girls of high character and scholastic 
proficiency — qualities of a good citizen — 
are chosen to serve in this capacity. 

The work of the Student Patrol is to main- 
tain order in the halls, gymnasium and 
lunchrooms, to serve behind the counter in 
t'i2 sub-sidiary lunchroom, and to perform 
; nv duty where their service might be 
needed. 



SENIOR PATROL 

First Row: Louise Lanier, Elsie Johnson, Nancy 
Lee Plowden, Dorothy Johnson, Mary Parrish, 
Frances Flowers, Dorothy Paulk, Sue Houck. 
Second Row: Ann Reese, Sally Holt, Joan Byrd, 
Betth Sligh. Meta Meiners, Lucy Anne Cooper, 
Bobbie Ann Robertson, Christine Lundy. 



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

First Row: Ann Goolsby, Joan Jansen, Alice Holston, Alice Merry. Second 
Row: Marjorie McConnell, Ann Davis. Katharine Phinizy, Irene Savage, 
Betty E. Chandler, Katherine Barrett. Third Row: Janice Weathers, Meta 
Meiners, Mrs. Batchelor. Ann Otwell, Eleanor Jackson. 





CHEER LEADERS 

Peggy Sherman Ann Carter Burdell 

Jean Grear Verna Lee Hardy Betty M. Chandler 



VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 

Left to right: Gee Guen Loo, Nina Barrett, Carolyn Barrett, Janice Weathers. Meta Meiners, Ann Weaver, 
I'-ene Savage, Ann Davis, Mary Ellen Crocker, Jane Maynard, Katherine Barrett. Ann Byrd, Anne Otwell, Jane 
Ragsdale, Leta Barfield. Joan Dunbar. Joan Jensen. Lycia Pate. Alice Holston. With ball: Mew Youn Loo. Mrs. 
Edna Batchelor, Coach. 



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At target: Irene Savage. Kneeling: Ann Otvvell, Alice Holston. Standing. First row: Artemisia 
Dennis, Mew Youn Loo, Katherine Barrett. Back row: Mary Fenton Cheatham, Joan Dunbar, 
Janice Weathers, Meta Meiners, Joyce Banks, Carolyn Barrett, Nina Barrett. 



Archery Club 



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OFFICERS 

MARY MOORE President 

FRANCES JAMES Vice-President 

RUTH QUINN Secretary 

BETTY SUE MOORE ._, Treasurer 

ANN ARNOLD Social Chairman 

DORIS LEWIS __ Reporter 

MRS. RUBY C. TURNER Coordinator of Distributive Education 



The DOE Club, Daughters of Enterprise, consists of students at Tubman 
who are enrolled in the Cooperative Training Course in Distributive 
Education. The club is affiliated with the Georgia Associated Distributors 
Club. 




Betty Sue Moore, Ann Arnold, Ruth Quinn, 
Mary Moore, Frances James, Doris Lewis 



Seated, first row: Alice Adams, Mildred Summerall, Lily Rufo, Christine Clark. Martha Wong, Molly Wong, Carol 
Moyer, Mary Moore, Frances James. Second row: Clara Kennedy, Jackie Williams, Marjorie Hundley, Susie Kent, 
Myrtis Agner, Barbara Atkins, Betty Lewis, Wanda Bible, Margaret Wallace, Mary Jones. 

Standing: Mrs. Ruby C. Turner, Doris Lewis, Mary Ann Deer. Margie Webster, Ann Arnold, Jane Bailey, Mabel 

Rhoden, Betty Snellgrove, Isabel Key, Virginia Miller, Eleanor Koger, Ann Young. 

Not in picture: Frances Dorn, Nora Morgan, Helen Boyce, Billy Gay O'Daniel, Ruth Quinn, Wilma Pennington. 




Choral Club 




From top of stairs down 
Virginia Drexel. Miss Hal- 
bert, Betty Thrailkill. Joyce 
Hardy, Belva Lee Dobyns. 
Joan Crawford. Janice 
Weathers, Joyce Patrick. 
Marian Wingo, Betty Mel- 
ton. Sandra McConnell. 
Joyce Martin, Jane Stone, 
Betty Youngblood, Glenita 
Rathbun, Linda Foster, An- 
gadell Adams, Ann Sayer, 



First Sopranos: Linda Foster, 
Joyce Hardy. Anastasia Holmes, 
Sandra McConnell, Glenita Rath- 
bun, Elizabeth Youngblood. 
Second Sopranos: Angadell 
Adams. Betty Melton. Joyce 
Patrick. Janice Weathers. Marian 
Wingo. 

Altos: Joan Cleveland. Belva Lee 
Dobyns. Joyce Martin. Jane 
Stone, Betty Anne Thrailkill, 
Ann Sayer. 



OFFICERS 

JOYCE PATRICK President 

BELVA LEE DOBYNS Vice President 

BETTY ANNE THRAILKILL Secretary 

JANICE WEATHERS Treasurer 

MISS DOROTHY HALBERT -. Director 



Spanish Club 



OFFICERS 

BARBARA PRICE President 

BOBBIE ANN ROBERTSON Vice-President 

SUE HOUCK Secretary 

MARJORIE McCONNELL Treasurer 

LOIS HUFF . Reporter 

MISS MARY MILLER Sponsor 



Las Mariquitas 

Las Mariquitas, literally meaning "the lady bu£s", 
is composed of the Senior Class of Spanish students. 
Meetings are held monthly at homes of the members. 
There are programs consisting of Spanish plays, songs 
and games. 

The club colors are red, green, and white. Miss 
Mary Miller is the faculty adviser. 

The object of the club is to acquire a greater knowl- 
edge of the Spanish language. 




Lois Huff, Bobbie Ann Robertscn, Barbara Price, 
Marjorie McConnell, Sue Houck 



First row: Joanne Hamby, Martha Ellis, Martha Hemrick. Mary Anna Ogden, Frances Flowers, Caroline Geiger, 
Ann Bryan, Barbara Wong, Barbara Price. Lois Huff, Louise Claussen. 

Standing: Miss Mary Miller. Dolores Wall. Dorothy Powell. Elsie Johnson, Juanita Lewis, Margaret Ellis, 
Edna Smoak, Ann Burgamy. Marjorie McConnell. Ethel Smith. Bobbie Ann Robertson. Edrie Lyle McMichael, 
Marita Smith, Patricia Hale" Betty Wilhelm, Ann Walker, Sue Houck, Teckla Stelling, Rosemary Radfcrd, Rutn 
Mae Joe, Mary Jane Bible, Marian Brett, Jean Arrington, Charlotte Drawdy, Dahlia Bradford, Marceline Avery, 
Betty Herndon, Betty Ann Schley. 



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French Club 



ANN WEAVER .• President 

MARGIE JOYNER Vice-President 

LUCY ANN COOPER _ Secretary 

JOAN B YRD . Treasurer 

MISS WINNIE OVERSTREET Sponsor 



The French Club has adopted for six months a twelve year 
old French girl, Marie Billot. Two boxes of food and clothing 
are sent to her each month. The club is also corresponding with 
French boys. 




MARIE BILLOT 



Seated: Nannette Schroeder, Ann Reese, Leah Ghitter, Gloria Walker. Joan Byrd, Ann Weaver, Marjorie Joyner, 
Lucy Ann Cooper, Sarah Pond, Eleanora Nixon, Sallie Thomas, Marian Meiere. 

Standing: Patricia O'Connor, Jackie Rooks, Helen Bredenberg, Faye Joyner, Barbara Maxwell, Kelsie Hawn, 
Barbara Seitz, Esther Cordle. Dorothy Paulk, Paula Layne, Elizabeth Baird, Anne Johnson, Ellen Merry, Joyce Banks, 
Miss Winnie Overstreet. Back row: Mary Pearce, Kathar'.nc Ph-nizy, Shirley McKenzie. 





Seated: Jaquelyn Rooks, Ann Weaver, Esther Cordle, Betty Powell, Katharine Phinizy. 

Standing: Marjorie McConnell, Miss Ruth McAuliffe, Sallie Thomas, Teckla Stelling, Rosemary Radford, Patricia O'Ccnnor. 



The Latin Club was organized by the students of fourth-year Latin in order 
to promote interest in Latin literature and in Roman mythology. Knowledge 
of these has been gained in most enjoyable ways, such as crossword puzzles, 
cnarade^, and plays in Latin. 



Latin Club 



OFFICERS 

ESTHER CORDLE President 

MYRTLE BASTON Vice-President 

MADELINE ALLEN Secretary 

MISS GERTRUDE COMEY Treasurer 

FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss A. Dorothy Hains 

Miss Mabel Byrd 

Miss Belle Walker 

Miss Edith Nachman 

Miss Gertrude Comey 



Honor 
Society 



Seated: Leah Ghitter, Barbara Price, Myrtle Baston, Esther Cordle, Madeline Allen, Katharine Phinizy, Rosemary 

Radford. 

Standing: Ann Reese, Meta Meiners, Sue Houck, Ann Weaver, Sallie Thomas, Anne Johnson. 





Joan Jansen Peggy Peabody 

Maxine Smith Mary Rheney Alice Merry 



Home Economics Club 



OFFICERS 

ALICE MERRY _ President 

MARY PHENEY Vice-President 

PEGGY PEABODY . Secretary 

MAXINE SMITH Treasurer 

JOAN JANSEN Chairman Program Committee 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Mrs. Margaret White 

Miss Marcia Clark 

Miss Eugenia Thompson 



First row, seated: Ann Barnes, Minnie Lee 
Price, Carol Symms, Rehean Usry, Sandra 
Williams. 

Second row: Essie Mae Moxley, Martha 
McGowan, Saul Sin Loo, Jane Huguley. 
Third row: Peggy Wilensky, Gloria Bedding- 
field, Joyce Clayton, Betty Jean Fell, Ophelia 
Fields, Betty Garner, Barbara Becknell. 
Standing, left to right: LaVerne Bridges, 
Sara Luke, Ann Harris, Gloria Johnson. 
Standing in back: Ann Padget, Betty Dawson. 
Sarah Galloway, Delores Crawford. 



TEA FOR MOTHERS 

Alice Merry, Margaret Lewis, 
Janice DuBose, Mrs. Margaret 
White, Mary Rheney, LaVerne 
Rabun, Sarah Wilson, Eleanor 
Whitfield, Jane Newton, June 
Cooke, Helen Rabun, Miss 
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Sitting: Joan Byid. Joyce Banks, Lucy Ann Cooper. Ann Whatley. 

Kneeling: Patsy O' Connor, Marita Smith, Bobbie Anne Robertson, Sallie Thomas, Teckla Stalling, Kelsie Hawn, 
Meta Meiners, Marian Meire, Joan Stockton, Peggy Meads, Jean Smith, Lois Huff. 

Standing: Miss Bertha Carswell, Barbara Price, Jackie, Rooks, Ann Reese, Mary Pearce, Carolyn Barrett, Dorothy 
Henderson, Ann Byrd. Ellen Merry. Marjorie Joyner, Lydia Pate, Esther Cordle, Katharine Phinizy, Eloise Nixon, 
Martha Ellis. 



Alpha Tri Hi y 



OFFICERS 

LUCY ANN COOPER President 

ANN WHATLEY __ Vice-President 

JOAN BYRD -- Secretary 

JOYCE BANKS _._ Treasurer 

MISS BERTHA CARSWELL .-.. - Sponsor 




Front row: Ruth Houston, Amy Law, Mary Ann Thomas, Gail Oliver, Ann Otwell, Verna Lee Hardy, Caroline 
Fowler, Eleanor Jackson, Betty E. Chandler, Ann Goolsby, Nancy Lee Plowden. 

In car: Benita Phinizy, Beth Wilcox, Helen Evans, Barbara Maxwell, Ann Burdell, Betty M. Chandler, Ann Davis, 
Peggy Sherman. Jean McConnell. 

Back row: Ann Warr, Martha Jordan, Sylvia Moutos, Miss Betty Jones, Ethel Smith, Marjoric McConnell, Charlotte 
Drawdy, Louise Claussen. 



Theta TriRiY 



OFFICERS 

VERNA LEE HARDY President 

ANN DAVIS Vice-President 

ANN OTWELL _ Secretary 

BENITA PHINIZY . Treasurer 

ANN GOOLSBY ...Chaplain 

MISS BETTY JONES Sponsor 




Ann Otwell Ann Goolsby Verna Lee Hardy 
Benita Phinizy Ann Davis 



Y-Teens 



Purpose: To build a fellowship of women 
and girls devoted to the task of realizing 
in our common life those ideals of per- 
sonal and social living to which we are 
committed by our faith as Christians. 




PRESIDENTS 

Hochera Club GRACE HARRIS 

Merry Makers EVELYN JONES 

Teen-High -.^ --^ PHYLLIS RABUN 

Blue Triangle - JIMMIE RUSHTON 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

Committee For Teen Age Program 

Mrs. Jack H. Jarrell, Chairman; Mrs. Joseph Campbell, 
Jr., Mrs. I. H. Hicks, Miss Rose Shanklin, Mrs. Wilton Lee, 
Mrs. Mason Williams, Mrs. R. H. Sherman, Mrs. W. E. 
Raines, Mrs. I. B. Merry, Miss Irene Morris, Miss Juanita 
Luckey, Mrs. T. K. Lau, Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. Clarence 
Clyatt, Mrs. E. M. Claytor, Mrs. Lloyd Scott, Miss Dorothy 
Haines. 



Christmas Toy Repair Shop 

Phyllis Rabun, Patricia Campbell. Caroline McGahee, Betty 
June King, Ann Burgamy, Lucy Claytor, Patricia Ponder. 




Junior Red Cross 



The Tubman Chapter of the Junior Re J 
Cross accepted as its project for 1943-47 ser- 
vice to the patients at the C liver General 
Hospital. In carrying out this project mem- 
bers of the Red Cross made Halloween and 
Thanksgiving caps and favors for the patients. 
Valentines were donated and magazines col- 
lected. On the various holidays the patients 
received poinsettias, Easter lilies and carna- 
tions. The Red Cross also sent 100 Christmas 
boxes overseas. 




OFFICERS 

Mrs. Flora C. Thompson, Sponsor 
Bobbie Anne Robertson, Athena Rabun, Jackie Coifield 



Junior Red Cross Representatives 

From front to back: Jackie Coffield, Athena Rabun, Mary Joe, Vivian Johnson, Betty Tapley, Rosalyn Bogeslov, 
Kay Frances Hutto, Julia Hagler, Shirley Pardue, Lily Rufo, Margie Ann Rossignol, Elynor Fortune, Martha Dye. 
Ann Harris, Frances Chambers, Mary Whitaker, Kelsie Hawn, Thelma Thigpen, Ann Carmichael, Bobbie Anne 
Robertson, Wahala Ta\ lor. Margaret Padgett, Joyce Seago. Helen Rabun. Virginia Key, Hazel Bonnett, Sally Nixon. 





In this section we present 
the outstanding per- 
sonalities of 1947 as 
chosen by popular vote of 
the Senior Class. 



With grateful acknowledgment to 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Swint for the 
use of their home as a setting for 
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SENIOR 

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September 3 
September 4 
September 9 
September 12 
September 16 
September 18 
September 26 
September 30 
October 4-11 
October 19-26 
October 28 
October 29 
November 5-8 

Nocember 11-13 
November 28-29 
December 11 

December 18 



School opens. 

Reception of schedules, not formal. 

Installation of Student Patrol. 

Lunch tickets on sale. 

School closes at 2:45. 

Roll sale. 

Annual staff holds first meeting. 

T.B. and V.D. tests. 

Registration for city-county Youth Election 

Youth Festival. 

Teachers' meeting in Thompson. 

Carnival comes to town. 

Delegation in St. Petersburg for meeting of the 

Southern Association of Student Government. 

Parents visit our "Alma Mater". 

Thanksgiving Holidays. 

First fire drill, abundance of firemen and 

plenty of warning beforehand. 

Senior Christmas Pageant, unique scenery. 

Christmas holidays begin. 



FAZEDOM DISAPPEARS 

FRZSHMEN WIDE-EYED 

L033 OF FREEDOM ACCENTUATED 

BARGAIN: FIVE FOR NINETY CENTS 

ACTIVITIES PERIOD DAILY ENDURED 

ONE FOR ONE CENT 

BELLS RINGING CONTINUOUSLY 



PUPILS' HOLIDAY 
HALF HOLIDAY 

LUCKY DELEGATES 

INTERRUPTION OF CLASSES WELCOMED 

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January 2 


School reopens. 


January 3 


Senior Dance at Casino. 


January 13 


Speech by Dr. Grace Sloan Overton; personal 




questions asked and answered. 


January 15-23 


Exams. 


January 21 


Annual goes to press. 


January 30 


Males visit Tubman as "Little Men"! 


February 14 


Pepsi-Cola Scholarship exam. 


February 18 


Brotherhood Program. 


February 22 


Washington's Birthday: Holiday. 


February 25 


Mysterious assembly of all classes. 


February 26 


Mrs. Julia Lake Kellersberger speaks. 


February 27 


First unpredicted fire drill. 


February 27-29 


Gecrgia Distributors' Convention. 


March 1 


Georgia Distributors" Convention. 


March 7 


Liquid Air Program. 


March 10 


Honor Society Induction Ceremony. 


March 14-15 


Student Council Convention in Brunswick. 


March 21 


First day of Spring. 




Leper program. 


April 3-4 


Soring holidays. 


April 14 


Miss Johnny Hillman speaks. 


April 25 


Kid Day. 


May 16-23 


Exams. • 


May 23 


Junior-Senior Dance 


May 24 


Senior Banquet. 


May 25 


Baccalaureate Sermon. 


May 29 


Graduation. 



FREEDOM AGAIN LOST 

LOTS OF FUN FOR EVERY ONE 



FOUR-LEAF CLOVERS NEEDED. 
STAFF HOPES IT REALLY HAS GONE! 

BIG VALENTINE! 

SATURDAY! 

EARLY APRIL FOOL'S JOKE! 

A GREAT SURPRISE 



FIREWORKS GALORE 

EPIDEMIC OF WHOOPING COUGH 

SENIOR PRIVILEGES LONGED FOR 
WHAT CUTE PIGGIES 



WHAT SUCKERS! ! ! 

LEFT-HIND RABBIT FEET WANTED! 



Freedom At I.nst! 





The clicking of the knitting needles and the creaking of the rocker acc^fuated/rhe 
quietness existing on the porch of a modern apartment house. The needles aoWa^partly 
finished sweater were in the hands of a tall, angular Tubman teacher, who irgquently 
paused in her knitting in order to comb her short and wavy white hair. 

The stillness was broken by the slamming of the porch door. "Oh, darn I" issued from 
the lips of a petite, elderly lady who carried in her hands a large black volume embossed 
with gold. She slowly pulled a chair near that of her friend and then seated herself. 

Turning the book so that her companion could read the title, she spoke, "Look at this 
old annual. I found it in the back of my closet while I was looking for my little plaid copy 
of Burns' poems." 

The other spoke, "Let's look at it." 

The little old lady opened the book to the title page on which was written "Maids 
and a Man" and the date, "1947." Slowly she turned the pages, one by one, carefully 
scanning each for the faces she remembered well. 

"There's Madeline Allen. She's just won the Nobel Prize in Science." 

The eyes of her comrade cast a glance toward that youthful picture of a girl whose 
face even then showed promise of great works. 

"Mary Jane Bible actually turned out to be an actress in 'Life With Susie'." 

"I always knew Jean Grear would get into trouble. She and Ethel Smith were arrest- 
ed by Eleanor Swearingen for kidnapping Frank Sinatra. Ann Weaver is the Attorney 
for the Defense." 

"I surely will pity them if sentenced by Judge Meiere. She always gives such 
screwy fines and sentences." 

"Here's Sue Houck. She spoke at Tubman last week about her life as a missionary m 
Bhutan." 

For a few moments, the only sound heard was that of the pages as the old lady turnea 
them, accompanied by the clicking of the knitting needles. Then the knitter spoke, "Isn't 
that Marjorie McConnell? I heard her play in Carnegie Hall last summer, and she was 
really good." 

"You remember Ellen Merry. She went up to Atlantic City as Miss Georgia Peach 
and came back as Mrs. America." 

Both teachers were silent, lost in their memories; then suddenly one burst forth with 
"There's Katharine Phinizy. I was centainly right in my prophecy about her. Just this 
morning I saw her wheeling cabbages home from the A. and P.!" 

A few more minutes passed. "Wilma Pennington and Helen Stanley really can sing 
those jingles for "Super-Dooper Soap Suds." 

A little later, "Ann Reese has really changed. She came to see me yesterday and 
brought Percival, Jr. He is the very image of Ann. He's just as cute as he can be." 

Lily Rufo's hands are being used for all the Chen Yu ads. Those are always so attrac- 
tive!" 

"I saw in Weather's sports column that Savage was selected for the Women's All 
American Basketball Team." 

A while longer the little old ladv scanned the pages of that portrayal of school life, 
and then she drifted back through the years to 1947, while her companion continued to 
knit. Finallv she came back to the present and arose. "I'm going in and finish reading 
Logue and Wilkinson's Biography of Dorothy Hains. I'll see you later." 

— E. C. 



Last Will and 
Testament 



WE. THE SENIOR CLASS OF TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL. 1947, being of broken health 
and dubiously sound mind, do hereby declare and publish this, our Last Will and Testa- 
ment. 

Item one: I, Elizabeth Baird, do will and bequeath to Eleanora Nixon the privilege of 
a roundabout ride home in Miss Gilliland's ancient Ford, which cannot negotiate the 
Bon-Air Hill. 

Item two: I. Frances Flowers, do will and bequeath to Peggy Meads my ability to con- 
verse in Spanish (?) with Miss Miller's good-looking Peruvian friends. 

Item three: We, Lois Huff and Marita Smith, do will and bequeath to Ann Whatley and 
Ann Davis our ability to cure or kill all patients who may happen to drop by the 
First Aid Room. 

Item four: I, Billie Blount, do will and bequeath to any lucky Junior my ability to get 
inevitably the back desk in any class. 

Item five: I, Elnora Goodwin, do will and bequeath to Joan Brown a walking cane with 
which to ascend and descend the stairs. 

Item six: I, Ellen Merry, do will and bequeath to Ann Davis my horn-rimmed glasses, 
so that she will not be totally blind after proof-reading the Tubman Times. 

Item seven: We. the Senior 2"s, do will and bequeath to future Seniors our most con- 
venient homeroom. Room 31. 

Item eight: I. Paula Layne. do will and bequeath to Anne Cooper my love for and loyalty 
to the Richmond 'leven. 

Item nine: I, Ann Reese, do will and bequeath to Ann Davis my freckles in the hope 
that she will have more luck with freckle cream than I have had. 

Item ten: We, the Senior 5's, do will and bequeath to the Junior Class our ability to write 
weekly themes for Miss Marshall. 

Item eleven: I, Janice Weathers, do will and bequeath to Eloise Nixon my typewriter in 
the hope that, when she sits down the night before the newspaper deadline to begin 
writing the gossip and club news, she may be faster and more successful than I was. 

Item twelve: We, Margie and Fay Joyner. do will and bequeath to the Snyder twins our 
ability to switch classes and not get away with it. 

Item thirteen: I, Artasser Kelly, do will and bequeath to Elizabeth Woods my ability to 
take dictation from Miss King at two hundred words a minute. 

Item fourteen: We. Sue Houck. Dot Paulk. and Ann Weaver, do will and bequeath to the 
'48 Annual Staff our rummage sale location in front of the saloon on Thirteenth street. 



Item fifteen: I. Louise Claussen, do will and bequeath to Helen Evans my position as 
"Acid Taster" in Chemistry lab in the hope that she will get less painful results than 
I did. 

Item sixteen: I, Barbara Maxwell, do will and bequeath my '46 jalopy (1846) to anyone 
with teeth sound enough to take the bumps, ears deaf enough to disregard the rattles, 
and mind crazy enough to attempt to drive the "thing." 

Item seventeen: We, Miss Comey's Homeroom Class of '47 do will and bequeath to her 
homeroom class of '48 our self-control which makes it possible for us to endure that 
maddening Activities Period in Room 21. 

Item eighteen: I, Gloria Walker, do will and bequeath to Delores Gibbs my great ability 
to translate French when called upon without notice. 

Item nineteen: I, Edna Smoak, do will and bequeath to June Norris my slim figure in 
the hope that she will get farther than I did. 

Item twenty: I, Willena Etheridge. do will and bequeath to some sucker the privilege 
of being a majorette in the band and of freezing her legs at the football games. 

Item twenty-one: I. Joan Byrd, do will and bequeath my well-known laugh to Ann 
Whatley who has always tried to master the art. 

Item twenty-two: I. Lucy Ann Cooper, do will and bequeath to Jean Smith my ability 
to squeeze ads out of people in order to finance the Tubman Times. 

Item twenty-three: I, Betty Powell, do will and bequeath my front desk in Latin to 
Ellen Martin so that she may hear Miss McAuliffe. 

Item twenty-four: We, the Senior Class of '47 do will and bequeath to the graduating 
class of '48: 

Our detailed course in Occupational Guidance 

Our excessive enrollment in Senior Latin 

Our favorite part of the school day— Activities Period. 

Signed, sworn to, sealed, and delivered before us this twenty-ninth day of May in 
the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. 

ESTHER CORDLE. 

Witnessed by: 

ANNE JOHNSON 
JACKIE ROOKS 
ANN WEAVER 

Notarized by: 

THE RICHMOND ACADEMY BETA CLUB. 



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Now we'll give a cheer for Tubman, 
For the school we love the most. 
Evermore we'll sing her praises 
And her name shall be our boast. 
To the top we'll raise her colors 
And her standards ever hold. 
Then let us give a rousing cheer 
For the Tubman Black and Gold! 
Then let us give a rousing cheer 
For the Tubman Black and Gold! 



(Chorus) 
So with voices loud and strong 
To her name we'll raise a song; 
For to her our hearts belong 
With a love untold. 
Then we'll cheer for Tubman High 
May her spirit never die! 
Victorious may fly 
Dear old Black and Gold! 

— VELMA BELL, '25. 



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1302 Walton Way Phone 2-5046 

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923 Broad Street 

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509 Broad Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Furniture Company 

The Store of Friendly Service 
BROAD at ELEVENTH ST. 

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BICYCLES— LAWN MOWERS 
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Store and Market Equipment 
226 Ninth Street Augusta, Ga. 



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724 Broad Street 

'WHERE SMART PEOPLE 

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BAILIE FURNITURE CO. 

726 Ellis Street 

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AUGUSTA SHOE REPAIR 
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827 Greene Street 

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